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July 16, 2014, 03:58:08 AM
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July 16, 2014, 04:04:21 AM
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Nope, can't do merged mining - you need to change your team affiliation to their team.

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Ah, alright. So their system works much like Curecoin, currently. Disregard above mention of merged folding...

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July 16, 2014, 04:15:51 AM
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Overall the mechanics are ok, my point remain that I still struggle that on days when the stat server is down 200kPPD makes around 1000 coins which is much more compared to regular days, when stat server are up. It has a quite a gamble character. And whenever the stat server comes back the ratio is much worse.

FAH has the concept of equal points for equal scientific work (letting the discussion another that out of here). I think a similar concept should be build in the coin allocation; a pro rata allocation based in valid hours for stats update. No official stat updates, for all users, no coins.

As for the stat servers:
https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?nomobile=1&f=18&t=26191&start=90#p266974

Ah true, not sure if you were in IRC when we discussed this. The plan for the future is, when stats stop updating properly, payouts will stop, and then will credit everyone for the time missed when they come back online.

Missed that. Great. That's how it should be and brings a higher level of fairness in the allocation. "Case closed"

Keep folding (I'm still switching teams, busy folding life  Roll Eyes
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July 16, 2014, 06:19:59 AM
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Overall the mechanics are ok, my point remain that I still struggle that on days when the stat server is down 200kPPD makes around 1000 coins which is much more compared to regular days, when stat server are up. It has a quite a gamble character. And whenever the stat server comes back the ratio is much worse.

FAH has the concept of equal points for equal scientific work (letting the discussion another that out of here). I think a similar concept should be build in the coin allocation; a pro rata allocation based in valid hours for stats update. No official stat updates, for all users, no coins.

As for the stat servers:
https://foldingforum.org/viewtopic.php?nomobile=1&f=18&t=26191&start=90#p266974

Ah true, not sure if you were in IRC when we discussed this. The plan for the future is, when stats stop updating properly, payouts will stop, and then will credit everyone for the time missed when they come back online.

Missed that. Great. That's how it should be and brings a higher level of fairness in the allocation. "Case closed"

Keep folding (I'm still switching teams, busy folding life  Roll Eyes

Cheers, folding anywhere still has the same scientific benefit, even if crypto isn't involved Smiley

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July 17, 2014, 03:28:49 AM
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I haven't had time to be very active on the forums lately but this is a rather interesting development.  Obviously someone thinks CureCoin is a pretty good idea if they are trying to clone it.   Grin
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July 17, 2014, 12:58:43 PM
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CureCoin: The Video

Check it out!
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July 17, 2014, 01:21:09 PM
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Still no reason to buy cure coin..
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July 17, 2014, 01:30:12 PM
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CureCoin: The Video

Check it out!

That is a great movie that explains what Curecoin are, good job!
//Aboy68
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July 17, 2014, 05:17:13 PM
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I'm going to throw some hash power at this. What plans do you have for the future of Cure?
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July 18, 2014, 04:31:52 AM
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I'm going to throw some hash power at this. What plans do you have for the future of Cure?

They are purely ideas that we are tweaking and researching, but some points of mention:
-Quantum-computing-resistant signing algorithm (thinking Lamport)
-Peer-to-peer layered-encrypted traffic
-Multisignature and round-signature addresses
-Wallet ease of use for merchants (rather than continually pining the client "Did I get a transaction on <address?>" you can tell the client "When you get a transaction larger than <amount> on address <address> do <something>"
-Certificate-based blockchain (universities or other entities providing meaningful distributed computing projects issue certificates to users for work done, which are valid for creating blocks on the curecoin network, and could be used to do distributed folding "pools")
-Wallet which enables the locking/unlocking of specific addresses or address pools
-Distributed blockchain storage (where clients, using a simple AI, pool together, each holding certain parts of the blockchain, and redundantly querrying other peers for blocks that they don't have stored)
-A wallet in 'server' mode which would allow any simple 'thin client' to store only private/public keys, and to query a full wallet for txhistory, and to submit transactions signed client-side to the network
-A contract system with built-in software checksums (Two users want to make a contract for a service. One builds a program that verifies the service has been completed. The other verifies this external program is valid. The checksum of the program is taken and written into the contract. Upon either party invoking a completion request, the program is executed on both machines. If the results agree, the contract is finished. If not, then the contract can be contested and a third-party can step in and run the program and verify the result. Programs would be built in a custom scripting language built into the network. This idea is very rough, and very likely to never see prime time. It's an interesting concept though!

Anyhow, nothing above is guaranteed, but we're doing our research, writing test code, testing attack vectors, etc.

Fold Proteins, earn cryptos! CureCoin.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=603757.0
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July 18, 2014, 10:57:58 AM
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I'm going to throw some hash power at this. What plans do you have for the future of Cure?

They are purely ideas that we are tweaking and researching, but some points of mention:
-Quantum-computing-resistant signing algorithm (thinking Lamport)
-Peer-to-peer layered-encrypted traffic
-Multisignature and round-signature addresses
-Wallet ease of use for merchants (rather than continually pining the client "Did I get a transaction on <address?>" you can tell the client "When you get a transaction larger than <amount> on address <address> do <something>"
-Certificate-based blockchain (universities or other entities providing meaningful distributed computing projects issue certificates to users for work done, which are valid for creating blocks on the curecoin network, and could be used to do distributed folding "pools")
-Wallet which enables the locking/unlocking of specific addresses or address pools
-Distributed blockchain storage (where clients, using a simple AI, pool together, each holding certain parts of the blockchain, and redundantly querrying other peers for blocks that they don't have stored)
-A wallet in 'server' mode which would allow any simple 'thin client' to store only private/public keys, and to query a full wallet for txhistory, and to submit transactions signed client-side to the network
-A contract system with built-in software checksums (Two users want to make a contract for a service. One builds a program that verifies the service has been completed. The other verifies this external program is valid. The checksum of the program is taken and written into the contract. Upon either party invoking a completion request, the program is executed on both machines. If the results agree, the contract is finished. If not, then the contract can be contested and a third-party can step in and run the program and verify the result. Programs would be built in a custom scripting language built into the network. This idea is very rough, and very likely to never see prime time. It's an interesting concept though!

Anyhow, nothing above is guaranteed, but we're doing our research, writing test code, testing attack vectors, etc.

This sounds great even if I can't understand half of it.
The question is what are we doing in short time to make people buy the coin?!
Have we identified the actions/features needed to be a "buy" coin?
Or are we happy with this low attention from the community?

//Aboy68
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July 20, 2014, 12:40:49 PM
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After the first day of the Conference, here's a bit of a recap: link

Less easily communicated in a coherent update is just how busy the team was making connections and talking to people about CureCoin generally. Today should be as busy as yesterday, so here's hoping the team has another big day!
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July 21, 2014, 11:49:49 PM
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As an update to the forums, the Curecoin conference went amazingly well. You can check out a detailed post about the conference at http://www.curecoinfolding.com. One issue brought up was Bitlicenses, which I go into a mini discussion there. If you have anything you want to add to the conversation, hop onto #curecoin on freenode! We will be creating and submitting comments on the currently proposed system.

Fold Proteins, earn cryptos! CureCoin.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=603757.0
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July 23, 2014, 12:52:55 AM
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I'm going to throw some hash power at this. What plans do you have for the future of Cure?

They are purely ideas that we are tweaking and researching, but some points of mention:
-Quantum-computing-resistant signing algorithm (thinking Lamport)
-Peer-to-peer layered-encrypted traffic
-Multisignature and round-signature addresses
-Wallet ease of use for merchants (rather than continually pining the client "Did I get a transaction on <address?>" you can tell the client "When you get a transaction larger than <amount> on address <address> do <something>"
-Certificate-based blockchain (universities or other entities providing meaningful distributed computing projects issue certificates to users for work done, which are valid for creating blocks on the curecoin network, and could be used to do distributed folding "pools")
-Wallet which enables the locking/unlocking of specific addresses or address pools
-Distributed blockchain storage (where clients, using a simple AI, pool together, each holding certain parts of the blockchain, and redundantly querrying other peers for blocks that they don't have stored)
-A wallet in 'server' mode which would allow any simple 'thin client' to store only private/public keys, and to query a full wallet for txhistory, and to submit transactions signed client-side to the network
-A contract system with built-in software checksums (Two users want to make a contract for a service. One builds a program that verifies the service has been completed. The other verifies this external program is valid. The checksum of the program is taken and written into the contract. Upon either party invoking a completion request, the program is executed on both machines. If the results agree, the contract is finished. If not, then the contract can be contested and a third-party can step in and run the program and verify the result. Programs would be built in a custom scripting language built into the network. This idea is very rough, and very likely to never see prime time. It's an interesting concept though!

Anyhow, nothing above is guaranteed, but we're doing our research, writing test code, testing attack vectors, etc.

This sounds great even if I can't understand half of it.
The question is what are we doing in short time to make people buy the coin?!
Have we identified the actions/features needed to be a "buy" coin?
Or are we happy with this low attention from the community?

//Aboy68

short answer = 0

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July 23, 2014, 02:30:07 AM
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I'm going to throw some hash power at this. What plans do you have for the future of Cure?

They are purely ideas that we are tweaking and researching, but some points of mention:
-Quantum-computing-resistant signing algorithm (thinking Lamport)
-Peer-to-peer layered-encrypted traffic
-Multisignature and round-signature addresses
-Wallet ease of use for merchants (rather than continually pining the client "Did I get a transaction on <address?>" you can tell the client "When you get a transaction larger than <amount> on address <address> do <something>"
-Certificate-based blockchain (universities or other entities providing meaningful distributed computing projects issue certificates to users for work done, which are valid for creating blocks on the curecoin network, and could be used to do distributed folding "pools")
-Wallet which enables the locking/unlocking of specific addresses or address pools
-Distributed blockchain storage (where clients, using a simple AI, pool together, each holding certain parts of the blockchain, and redundantly querrying other peers for blocks that they don't have stored)
-A wallet in 'server' mode which would allow any simple 'thin client' to store only private/public keys, and to query a full wallet for txhistory, and to submit transactions signed client-side to the network
-A contract system with built-in software checksums (Two users want to make a contract for a service. One builds a program that verifies the service has been completed. The other verifies this external program is valid. The checksum of the program is taken and written into the contract. Upon either party invoking a completion request, the program is executed on both machines. If the results agree, the contract is finished. If not, then the contract can be contested and a third-party can step in and run the program and verify the result. Programs would be built in a custom scripting language built into the network. This idea is very rough, and very likely to never see prime time. It's an interesting concept though!

Anyhow, nothing above is guaranteed, but we're doing our research, writing test code, testing attack vectors, etc.

This sounds great even if I can't understand half of it.
The question is what are we doing in short time to make people buy the coin?!
Have we identified the actions/features needed to be a "buy" coin?
Or are we happy with this low attention from the community?

//Aboy68

short answer = 0

We attended the BTC:Chicago conference, talked to a ton of amazing people from all reaches of the world, and are moving forward on public development of the next version of curecoin, with a semi-decentralized computational research payout system based on certificates.

Fold Proteins, earn cryptos! CureCoin.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=603757.0
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July 23, 2014, 10:14:54 AM
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We attended the BTC:Chicago conference, talked to a ton of amazing people from all reaches of the world, and are moving forward on public development of the next version of curecoin, with a semi-decentralized computational research payout system based on certificates.

Very interesting !

Curecoin 2 ?
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July 23, 2014, 01:15:12 PM
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I bought into Curecoin when it was .00190000 BTC. I'm still holding, but its current value is 3.94% of the purchase price. Is Curecoin going to be completely abandoned for Curecoin 2, or whatever it is to be called? It feels like I've ridden this one pretty much to the bottom.
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July 24, 2014, 02:06:22 AM
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I bought into Curecoin when it was .00190000 BTC. I'm still holding, but its current value is 3.94% of the purchase price. Is Curecoin going to be completely abandoned for Curecoin 2, or whatever it is to be called? It feels like I've ridden this one pretty much to the bottom.

Sorry you bought high! Nope, all Curecoin 1.0 coins will transfer to Curecoin 2.0, though there may be a coin conversion step due to the major protocol changes. Smiley

Fold Proteins, earn cryptos! CureCoin.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=603757.0
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July 25, 2014, 03:29:57 AM
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I bought into Curecoin when it was .00190000 BTC. I'm still holding, but its current value is 3.94% of the purchase price. Is Curecoin going to be completely abandoned for Curecoin 2, or whatever it is to be called? It feels like I've ridden this one pretty much to the bottom.

Sorry you bought high! Nope, all Curecoin 1.0 coins will transfer to Curecoin 2.0, though there may be a coin conversion step due to the major protocol changes. Smiley

Interesting developments!  Regarding the certificates (Curecoin 2), does this mean there will be some collaboration with the F@H devs?  I certainly hope that assuming there is some sort of quasi agreement there will be more interest in Curecoin.
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July 25, 2014, 03:47:29 AM
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I'm back from the investigation of the foldingcoin.
1: It's no "coin" it's a token without any exchange.
2: Only online strorage.
3: No solid dev team.
4: No interest by folders, I was 90% of the folding power.
5: All tokens in one place distributed once a week.

GO CureCoin!
//Aboy68

Please make curecoin 2.0 a distributed solid coin, we will only have one chance to fix mayor issues miners did not like.
Please add features pure buyers would like to have!
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